Elise Stefanik

The editorial board of Albany's Times Union asks the New York Republican "how low" she can go in its withering essay.
Twitter users mocked the New York congresswoman for praising Medicare and Medicaid without realizing they're forms of socialism.
Elise Stefanik was widely expected to replace Liz Cheney, who was ousted this week for repeatedly rebuking Trump over his lies about the 2020 election.
"It's about performative sycophancy, bending the knee abjectly, to Donald Trump," said the MSNBC anchor.
The New York Republican said she was “honored.” Critics said she should be anything but.
McCarthy said he supports Rep. Elise Stefanik to replace Cheney for the job of Republican Conference chair.
"Elise has made public assertions about voter fraud in November’s presidential election that have no basis in evidence," said the Kennedy School dean.
The GOP rep. emerged as a conservative celebrity for her dogged defense of Trump during House impeachment hearings.
New York Republican Elise Stefanik was flooded with mocking responses.
The former U.N. ambassador attacks the husband of a Trump aide for calling Rep. Elise Stefanik "lying trash." Conway bites back.
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Democratic Rep. Bill Owens (N.Y.) will be replaced by Republican Elise Stefanik. Stefanik defeated Democrat Aaron Woolf on
In a federal system--a system that prioritizes letting people govern their own communities--it should concern us whenever bigger money from other places distorts elections in places with smaller money.
She will face the Democratic nominee, former filmmaker Aaron Woolf, in November. The district is considered a tossup. With